Foreign News: Old & New Bolsheviks

One more such trial as can be found only in Moscow opened last week, as usual in the palace which belonged in Tsarist days to the Nobles Club, but this time in a less spacious chamber than the great "Hall of Columns"hitherto used (TIME, Aug. 31). In all the experience of Moscowite Walter Duranty he had never before seen the Soviet Supreme Court do business with other than red-cloth-covered tables but last week for the first time they were green-cloth-covered. As usual, the apple-cheeked Red Army soldiers with rifles and fixed bayonets mounting...

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